An Easy Way To Fix Your Hook

Josh Zander

Josh Zander

NorCal's #1 Golf Teacher, Golf Magazine Top-100

The reason a ball hooks is because the trail arm is likely swinging too much in-to-out and the clubface is closing. When the clubface is closed to the path, that’s the definition of a hook. To fix this, we’re going to do the opposite; we’re going to get the trail arm swinging more to the left of the target and have the clubface pointing more towards the sky. 

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